Keir Radnedge looks back on the career of Eusebio, the Benfica and Portugal legend and the first great African footballer to make a mark on the world game.
Benfica coach Jorge Jesus could live to regret his decision to come to the aid of a pitch invading supporter.
The second part of a fascinating biography of Benfica, the first Portuguese club to win the European Cup and the home of one of the world's greatest players, Eusebio.
Benfica are one the great names of world football and as this fascinating biography reveals, the depth of their rich history matches their illustrious achievements.
While most eyes were on Porto and Benfica's thrilling race for Portuguese Primeira Liga title, the remarkable success of another unheralded club almost passed under the radar.
Deprived of continental football with Preston North End, the legendary Tom Finney unexpectedly came out of retirement to make his debut in the European Cup...
Looking back on a period in Benfica's history best remembered for a group of British footballers, a manager massively out of his depth and an extremely crooked owner...
The evolving football landscape has forced Benfica and Athletic Bilbao to contrasting responses in order to remain competitive.
Peterjon Cresswell visits a city that is home to more than a quarter of Portugal’s entire population and two of its ‘Big Three’ clubs.